Hostal Wasi Masi
Services & facilities
- Book exchange
- Cable tv
- Breakfast included
- Free Wi-Fi
- Internet access
- Outdoor terrace
- Towels included
Description provided by property
Welcome to Wasi Masi - the 'House of Friends'I'm Roxana, and together with my young son Antonio and our friendly dog Balu we run a quiet, friendly guest house, which offers a relaxing atmosphere for your stay in the centre of Sucre, three blocks from the main square 'Plaza 25 de Mayo'.Wasi Masi is all about coziness, enjoy your time * on our sunny rooftop terrace * read a book from our book exchange * watch a movie in our TV Lounge or light on the old-fashioned stove in our courtyard and talk about your travel experience with other travellers.Whether you need a single, twin, double or triple room with shared or private bathroom - we can accomodate you. We also have a ten bed dormitory with big beds and each of them has its own locker and lamp. Our rooms are clean, comfortable and spacious.NEW: Enjoy with your family or friends the latest Apartment at Wasi Masi: Rustic mediterranean atmosphere full of light, expanded deck (Loft), own balconies. Cable TV, fully equipped kitchen are shared. (Maximum 4 people)We offer following services for free: * Hot, gas powered showers 24/7 * Breakfast * WiFi * Towels, Toilet paper * 24h Check in * Guest kitchen * Kabel TV and DVD collection * Special prices for long stays * SheetsIf there's anything else you need, just ask. We'll do your laundry at reasonable rates, offer tourist information and we can recommend a good Spanish school or teacher.We have also a small restaurant which is open from 8 am to 2 pm. At lunchtime we serve a traditional, tasty Bolivian meal.We look forward to welcoming you at Wasi Masi and our World Heritage city.Roxana and family
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